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Stepping into a Higher Plane

12 Jan

“The possibility of stepping into a higher plane is quite real for everyone. It requires no force or effort or sacrifice. It involves little more than changing our ideas about what is normal.”
— Deepak Chopra

We have two basic choices in life. To live in appreciation, or To live in condemnation.

To live in appreciation of all that we have and all that comes to us – without judging it as “good” or “bad” – we acknowledge the gift and increase its value. That’s what “appreciation” means – “to increase the value of.”  To live in this mind-set is to allow for our transformation to a higher existence.

To live in condemnation is to live as a victim. It is to see everything as “not enough” or a negative outcome. It is to see only suffering and lack and squalor. Life becomes a burden to be endured, a prison sentence. To live in this manner is to condemn ourselves to a lifetime of unhappiness, anger and resentment which can eat us up like a cancer and may even manifest itself as some form of debilitating disease.

It is our thought process that determines where we dwell. This is not to deny that life has its challenges. Life is composed of miraculous events and horrific mishaps, and all degrees of happenings in between.

If we expect challenges to be “normal” then we take them in stride. Champions use them to strengthen determination. Quantum Physics tells us that without Resistance, there can be no Creation. So when we see Resistance as “normal” we realize that we are in the process of Creation, that our goals or intentions are being birthed with a little help from the natural laws of the Universe!

There are times when I find myself in a dark place in my mind, but just as quickly as I recognize it I can choose to move out of it. I can choose to dwell in the realm of infinite possibilities rather than stay stuck in limitation. Always, it is mine to determine.

I have found we make real what we believe and our mind set determines our lifestyle and level of happiness. – Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha

©2011 Deborah Adler. All rights reserved.

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What’s Going On?

8 Jan

There have been strange occurrences over the past week that demand answers. Massive numbers of birds have been falling out of the sky in various places around the United States and other locations around the world, as well as hundreds of fish washing ashore dead, etc. Here’s the list from one article:

  • Thousands of fish found floating in Florida after cold snap

  • 200 birds found dead on highway bridge in Texas

  • 50 dead jackdaws found on city street in Sweden

  • 100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish wash up dead on Brazilian coast

  • Hundreds of fish dead in New Zealand

  • And in Britain, 40,000 devil crabs join list of casualties

What’s Going On?

One source from the EU reports 2 incidents of “accidental” release of poisonous gas from a U.S. Military plane. Another possibility is the use of ELF, or extremely low frequency magnetic fields measured in Hz. When transmitted at a frequency below normal, this frequency can cause mass depression. When transmitted at above normal frequency, it can provoke violent behavior. World powers have experimented with this from satellites for years against one another.

Another explanation is the release, either accidental or on purpose, of poisonous gas by a U.S. military plane. It appears that the culprit is the poisonous gas Phosgene that is described as one of the most feared chemical weapons ever used due to its ability to literally cause the lungs and respiratory system to explode.

The truth will only come out if people demand it.  Here’s what needs to be done:

1. Send letters/emails to the editor of your local newspapers

2. Contact your local government representatives by email, letter or phone.

3. Post on your social media sites and any blogs or websites you maintain.

4. Email and contact any organizations that you belong to. Find environmental groups on Twitter and Facebook also and ask them to get involved in demanding officials get answers to the public.

5. Contact through email and by phone your state and federal government representatives and heads of appropriate committees in addition to your local reps.

6. Pray.

7. Meditate with others.  Create a focused intention to bring healing to this situation.

8. Love one another. Practice Kindness and Compassion

The Dalai Lama states, “Compassion is not religious business, it is human business, it is
not luxury, it is essential for our own peace and mental stability, it is essential for human survival.”

We, as Humans, do not exist separate from other Beings, or the Earth Mother, Herself. We are all One. We are interconnected. There can be no mass destruction of life in this manner that does not also have its repercussions for us as co-inhabitants of this planet.

“Life is a Cycle. A Cycle is a Circle. In a Circle, all things return to where they began.” – Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha

Whatever the cause of the mass destruction of life that has taken place, there is time and need to turn it around. Focused intentional Thought can achieve this.

“Focusing  with  clear  mind  and  lifting  your  vibrations  by  holding  non  judgmental  thoughts,  kind and optimistic views,  balance  thousands  with  weaker  vibrations.” –Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha

This is ours to do, now.  -Deborah Adler


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Reflections on the day after Christmas

26 Dec

Back to work this morning, and the natural question that came across the counter – both ways – was “How was your Christmas?”

Most people smiled and had positive comments. What I found remarkable were the two women – regulars – who came in at different times and each launched into quite a long diatribe about how they really hated Christmas and how hard this one was because of all the presents they had; all the waves of people coming at different times and the resultant cleanup.

“Wow,” I thought. “Really?”

I just sort of got busy getting their order ready. I listened but I didn’t give them any validation. I shared about going to a Seniors’ Home and singing.

When you’re working a register at a restaurant counter you have to maintain a delicate balance of what you can say to people because they’re “regulars” and you get to know them better, and restrictions that fall under the “the customer is always right” clause.

Some days I feel more like a confessional, which I suppose is good from the standpoint that it shows a degree of trust. But then I’ve had total strangers open up and tell me their entire life story at a bus stop. Plus a lot of people seem to think I’m a Nun – so who knows?

But what I really wanted to ask those two ladies was “Did you know that there were kids writing to the Macy’s Santa this year asking for food, and clothes – or jobs for their parents – and you’re complaining because you had so much to clean-up from too many gifts?”

But I just bagged up their food, smiled and wished them a good day.

This evening I was reading a blog post from one of my associates with the Learning Center for Human Development, Lois. She shared about the joys of cleaning up after the Christmas chaos, about the good feeling of bringing things back into order. Loved it! See: AppreciatingLife: Clean Up

I remember many Christmas mornings at my Aunt Grace’s house in Easton, PA. Their little dog, Sally, had a ball tearing through the wrapping paper all over the floor, and we all just sat around after the last present was opened watching this little bundle of fur have the time of her life tunneling under and racing all around the many colored balled up and crumpled sheets of paper. My Uncle Buster would add to her joy by burying her in the sheets just as she emerged up through them! Then when she had finally exhausted herself, we all pitched in to pick up the remnants and the kids went down to the basement to play at the pool table while the adults moved on to helping with the holiday dinner preparations.

Talk about waves of people coming through the door – we had twenty to thirty during the day, all walking through the door at various times throughout the day to recreate the original scene of opening presents and watching Sally go crazy all over again.

Creating our own experience is a practice that has been validated from philosophers, coaches, motivational speakers, successful business people, to Quantum Physicists.

It begins with deciding what we want and then utilizing visualization, journaling, and positive “self-speak” that reinforces the vision.

Like attracts Like. That’s another scientific Principle. What’s been discovered is that it applies to the relationship between how we think, feel and the type and quality of life we live.

Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha, my spiritual mentor and Elder has said, “The key to open your life is absolute appreciation for everything in your life.”

Oprah Winfrey has said “I know for sure that what we dwell on is who we become.”

Both women reinforce what science is now revealing to us in many ways has been reflected in the old, old adage: “When you look at glass containing water half way up – do you see a glass half empty or half full?”

As long as I look upon life with appreciation, as I have learned by observing Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha, and open myself to receive by giving of myself, I will see/create a glass that is filling up and overflowing with blessings!

©2010 Deborah Adler. All rights reserved.

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Yes We Can Make A Difference

18 Dec

I have been privileged to witness on many occasions miraculous outcomes as the result of a small group of committed individual sharing a common focus with intention at a specified time.

There are those who come together once a year at sacred Ceremonial Grounds to spend four days in a focused physical and spiritual offering of the Mind-Body Temple to bring Harmony to the Earth and her People; to all Living Beings. Out of these four days I have witnessed those who came as supporters experience physical and emotional healings. During those four days communications come in from all over the world sharing healings and answers to prayers that were sent to be requested during the Ceremony. Wars have been terminated or diverted. Peace accords have been forged. Assaults to the Earth Mother have been resolved…the list goes on. These things are real. They are facts.

Quantum Physics tells us that simply the act of thinking about it can change the basic nature of matter. We are energy. Thought is energy. The Human Mind is capable of radiating an energy that interacts directly with matter.

Prayer as a focused intention releases an energy emanating from the Human Mind that can directly effect the environment. It can influence the behavior of particles of energy. Multiplied by hundreds or thousands of people focused on the same intention at a particular time, the impact can be revolutionary.

You can call it coincidence, but in my life with my Elder, Grandmother Pa’Ris’Ha, I have witnessed far too many occurrences of this Principle to know that it is so.

I invite you to join the many who will be coming together in a focused intention of Global Peace and Prosperity at the precise time that aligns with the following locations. We can make a difference. All it takes is knowing that we can. We Are One.


9:00 p.m. December 20 in Kingman, Arizona

aligns with:

6:00 a.m. December 21 Cairo, Egypt

There are people of all Faiths and all Religions coming together to pray and to focus/meditate on celebrating global peace and prosperity at this time. Join us in your places of worship and praising of all good things.

There are focused points (meaning religious orders and groups and organizations) all over the world that have validated their participation. We are already millions strong, so if you cannot get with organized efforts in other places, do your own; gather with family, neighbours, work, and in public places with those who are willing to take a moment and know You are, because God Is. Serve the World with intent on peace and prosperity this season….Pray and Meditate with us!!!

It is time that intelligence rises to the call, and the Peoples of this world stand in the light of truth…truth is God by its many sacred names….

©2010 Deborah Adler. All rights reserved.

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The Warrior’s Stance

3 Dec

I am a network marketer. Tonight I spent time with one of the top producers in my company and listened to him share a little bit about his story. What impressed everyone in the room most was what he shared with us about how he rebounded from a $17,000 chargeback on one account. I personally was also impressed by that fact that it only took him 6 months to do so. Some people take years to balance a debt like that!

His account of this occurrence was inspiring because he never lost faith in himself or the company, and he NEVER CONSIDERED QUITTING. So today he is a Group Benefits VP and in addition to being a 6-figure income producer, he is part of the growing millionaire’s circle.

Spiritual Mentor and my Elder Grandmother Parisha has coached some of us in business ventures, as well as life challenges. Her constant message: Winners never quit and Quitters never win!

In the traditional ways of Grandmother Parisha’s people, The Warrior’s Society are the protectors. They are also the “action” people who serve the community and get things done.

One time Grandmother Parisha shared wit h us about the “Warrior’s Stance.” Sometimes, if not standing upright, a Warrior will kneel with one knee to the Earth Mother. The reason for this is that a Warrior has only two positions: “on their feet” or “on their way up.”

Each of us face daily “battles” – whether with seemingly outward circumstances, or inner conflicts. Quantum Physics shows us more and more that we create our outer circumstances through our thoughts and inner dialog. We are who/what we believe.

Sometimes a Warrior may dishonor themselves before the People, but even then, they are not “down” but considered “on their way up.”

That’s the mind-set of the Champion. Champions don’t quit. They don’t always have a smooth road to victory. In fact the Physics Principle of “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction” tells us that the greater the intention we put forth, the greater the opposition that will come back as a response. Rather than fear obstacles (opposition) Grandmother Parisha teaches us to see them as the measure of the power of what we have set out to do. She embraces the opposition, resolves it, and achieves her intention.

We all have the Warrior within us. We are all Champions. So long as we stay on the playing field, we will have our day. The more we embrace creating our reality we transform ourselves from victim to Victor.

Be the Warrior. Resolve within yourself that there is no “down.’ There is only standing or on your way up!  -Deborah Adler

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Love is Louder: Transforming Humankind

2 Dec

It would seem that we as a Human Family are on the brink of an epiphany: That we are really One, that caring is more powerful than hurting, and that the smallest act of kindness can make a difference not only in a person’s life, but indeed the entire fabric of Humankind.

After a rash of youth suicides attributed to bullying over the past few months, there has been an outpouring of support and encouragement from nonprofit organizations, religious and humanitarian groups, and most notably thousands of personal messages through the “It Gets Better Project” from LGBTQ and straight people alike assuring those who might be in a challenging time of their life that a better experience awaits them.

Now, there is a wonderful project that just showed up on Facebook on Dec 1st called “7 Days of Love is Louder.”

To summarize, this is a simple outline for 7 days of expressing appreciation and gratitude and taking action of being good to ourselves and reaching out to others.

Grandmother Parisha, my spiritual mentor and Elder, is constantly reinforcing to those of us who have studied and worked with her that pain and hardship is a choice we make through how we view our experiences and create our “self-talk.”

By focusing on gratitude, we feed our faith and our strength to handle whatever might come our way. There are no stumbling blocks, there are only stepping stones.

To some that may seem simplistic, yet I come from a background of addiction recovery, where “Keeping it Simple” can be a real survival skill in life. It can make the difference between success and failure especially during the initial stage of getting free and clear of toxicants – where the “rubber meets the road.”

People guiding my early days of recovery told me to make a gratitude list. For every pain or fear or negative thought I could come up with – I had to find the “gift” in it. It wasn’t easy at first, but after a while I got the hang of it. Today it has become second nature – when I choose to exercise that simple wisdom.

Grandmother Parisha, along with other great mentors, teaches that, We Are What We Think. We Create our Experience – Our Reality, if you will. Some look at the world today and see “the brink of destruction.” Others form service organizations or special relief missions or campaigns; millionaires Bill Gates and Warren Buffett created the “Giving Pledge” to encourage philanthropy; average citizens, celebrities and political leaders worldwide have joined in to let our youth know “It Gets Better” in an outpouring of love and encouragement that brings tears to my eyes every time I view one of the thousands of powerful messages!

There are tremendous Expressions and Acts of Love and Caring happening every day all over the world. It’s growing exponentially!

Another Principle that Grandmother Parisha has shared over the years is the power of Critical Mass.  MSN Encarta Dictionary defines “critical mass” as the “point of change: a point or situation at which change occurs.”  (http://encarta.msn.com/dictionary_1861688572/critical_mass.html)

Typically the example of achieving Critical Mass is that one-by-one-by-one individuals can effect change. When enough individuals join together in a common action or thought, change occurs. Here’s the good news: “Critical Mass” by scientific definition is achieved at 51%. That’s the point where the “scale tips” in the other direction.

We’re gaining momentum and moving toward a Human Evolution (or Revolution, if you will!). Grandmother Parisha is quoted as saying, “The world will not end. It will be transformed.” We are being transformed by the actions we are taking today.

So get on board! Take part in “7 Days of Love is Louder” – share it with your friends, family and co-workers. Share it with strangers!

We are making a difference for Humankind today. Join the movement!


Reach Out.




Speak Up.



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The Gulf Oil Crisis and Science on the Power of Prayer

6 Jul

Scientific Research has been reporting findings of the ability for focused thought to affect physical matter locally and non-locally (from a distance).  Here’s just one brief comment I found while trying to find my notes from some published NASA experiments on the subject (which I couldn’t – sigh) Note: the bold type is my emphasis, not part of the original article.

Respected scholars in various fields – mathematics, physics, biology, and the cognitive sciences – including Nobelists, are offering theories that fully permit nonlocal manifestations of consciousness such as those seen in intercessory prayer (Dossey, 1997).  As an example, mathematician David J. Chalmers has advanced the idea that consciousness is fundamental in the universe, perhaps on a par with matter and energy (Chalmers, 1995a, 1995b). Chalmers’ view is widely considered to be the most fertile hypothesis currently circulating in the field of consciousness studies. Chalmers cites a recent proposal along the same lines by Nobel physicist Steven Weinberg, who suggests that consciousness may be subject to physical laws all its own, which a complete “theory of everything” may have to recognize (Chalmers, 1995). While not demonstrating that the effects of distant intentionality actually exist, these proposals are cordial to the possibility and permit the above data to be taken seriously.”

British mathematician C. J. S. Clarke has also offered a sophisticated nonlocal theory of consciousness, which similarly regards consciousness as infinite in space and time (Clarke, 1995). Clarke’s theory is anchored in an approach in mathematics known as quantum logic. These are only two among a score of provocative ideas about the possible nonlocal nature of the mind (Dossey, 1997). These hypotheses are important because they elevate the level of plausibility of intercessory prayer and distant healing.”

ref: Article by Larry Dosser at The Scientific and Medical Network website http://www.scimednet.org/effects-of-prayer

Want to Help in the Gulf Oil Crisis? A dedicated group of individuals will gather July 9th-10th-11th-12th-13th-14th in a special Global Prayer-Meditation for the Healing of our planet and her People.


Go there and make the pledge to join in this energy. Let’s create a Circle of Healing that goes ’round the globe. The Law of Critical Mass proves one-by-one-by-one WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

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